About All Saints University

All Saints University was founded by a group of dedicated medical and business professionals, all of whom had over 20 years of experience in medical education. The University opened its doors to 28 new students in April 2006 to provide students a better approach to educating the next generation of physicians at affordable fees. With its current population of over 1000 medical students and hundreds of graduates at various stages of their postgraduate or residency training, the university has been able to establish itself as a medical school to reckon with. Today All Saints University St. Vincent and the Grenadines has two stunning campuses on the island. With hundreds of students on the campuses and several hundreds more in clinical clerkships throughout the United States, Canada and around the world, All Saints University is the medical school and environment that will provide you with the tools and company you need to succeed in your medical career.

“Medicine is only for those who cannot imagine themselves doing anything else.”

Dr. Lunada Grazzette

Our Approach

All Saints University utilizes its small class sizes to support a truly comprehensive curriculum that prepares you for the medical field. By employing Problem Based Learning students get to challenge, defend and apply core theoretical learnings in a collaborative setting.

We want to give students the opportunity to be recognized on the world stage, we encourage each student to join research groups and pair with our faculty and drive forward continuous research in the medicine.

What you will be a part of

You will be joining an international student base with like minded interest in medicine. An empowered group of young individuals that share common beliefs and a strong code of ethics and a self-imposed drive to never stop helping others in need.

As students finish and move into the field, the fabric of their education and the experiences they had at All Saints keeps them connected across the world. Our students practice in the US, CANADA, EUROPE, ASIA and AFRICA.